Reddit Reddit reviews Shimano PD-MX80 Platform Pedals

We found 11 Reddit comments about Shimano PD-MX80 Platform Pedals. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Shimano PD-MX80 Platform Pedals
Unique shape with concave platform for better control and efficiencyExtra-wide and especially low profileLonger; replaceable pins; screwed in from the back for easy maintenanceDeveloped and dedicated to Downhill racingAllows responsive levels of acceleration and deceleration
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11 Reddit comments about Shimano PD-MX80 Platform Pedals:

u/[deleted] · 5 pointsr/MTB

Good pedals but for under 100 there's a lot better. Other posters have linked some pretty decent ones. I'll add some saints to the lineup though. They're only about 75 bones.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B007Q4PBO8?pc_redir=1408113335&robot_redir=1

Edit: looks like they are 59 gold coins on chain reaction right now.

u/No-Nrg · 4 pointsr/MTB

I run Shimano Saint Pedals, they take a beating without issue.

Pair them with some 5-10s and the pins hold your feet like glue

u/FFJosty · 3 pointsr/fatbike

Love these! Hold up amazingly well with adjustable studs. Bearings have been taking a beating for two years and I'm 200lbs.

Shimano Pd-Mx80 Platform Pedals

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007Q4PBO8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awd_ehYCwbK046N4H

u/Gbone3215 · 3 pointsr/dhmtb
u/aliasesarestupid · 3 pointsr/MTB

I use shimano saints which are not as big as I'd like them to be, but they are fantastically grippy with these shoes. The impacts are definitely a little bit heavier than the maltese falcons but they're also built to be more durable and they're quite a bit larger. I don't really feel their weight is an issue. It's something I don't even think about while I'm riding. If you're not worried too much about hitting your ankles you can't go wrong with the lows.

u/phtcmp · 3 pointsr/whichbike

That’s a great bike and should be well suited for what you want to do. After several years loving our FX4 Sports, my wife and I wanted to go to drop bars to ride further more comfortably, and just upgraded to a Domane SL6, and a Checkpoint SL5. The bike you’re looking at is directly comparable to the Checkpoint: 105 drivetrain, carbon frame with single iso speed. It’s a great frame and solid component set. My only negative on our FXs was the tires: stock were 28s, and I always felt they were a little narrow for my comfort, but with caliper brakes, I never switched them out, although they’re pretty worn now and I will bump them to something fatter. The Domane came with 32s that the guy I got it from had upgraded to Hard case AW3s. Much more solid feeling width. Durability wise too early to tell. I also switched them up for 35s to run gravel. The Checkpoint runs 40s and they feel great. If you are changing the tires anyway, I’d personally go as wide as the frame will take if you are riding rough pavement.

EDIT: for pedals, the Domane came with these Platform Pedals that the previous owner installed, and I like them. I also have some Chester Race Face pedals on a mountain bike that are good, and some Shimanos that have platform on one side reversible with clipless. As for other upgrades, a really good lock, that bike is going to draw a lot of unwanted attention.

u/unreqistered · 2 pointsr/bikecommuting

> Thanks! I've been eyeing the freeriders actually... I feel like they'd let the air flow a bit better. How does a pair of Five Tens hold up over time? How long have you had yours and what kind of riding do you do in them?

I've had my last pair for the better part of two years, I use them two-three times a week on my commute (20 miles RT) usually on my Shimano Saints. Most of the time on my Pugsley, sometimes the 1x1 or the fixed CrossCheck. They've been soaked in rain by rain and slush, covered in mud.

Maybe once a month they go off-road / trail riding.

Aside from replacing the laces, they've held up great.

u/day1patch · 2 pointsr/bikecommuting

I have a pack of these since about two weeks and they are awesome, basically laid out with skateboard griptape, impossible to slip off and pretty wide. A friend of mine just bought a piar of these shimanos for use on his daily commuter and says he loves them, haven't had a chance to try them out though.

u/originalnate · 1 pointr/MTB

Probably a really dumb question but, I'm new to Mountain Biking and just got my first "real" bike last week.

The thing came with shit plastic pedals that I need to replace. What should I be looking for in a pedal? Is there really that big of a difference between these Shimano pedals for $60 and these DiamondBack Pedals for $15?

The DiamondBack pedals have 2 sizes listed. How do I know what size I need?

u/aedrin · 1 pointr/MTB

I use the Shimano MX80 (Zee) and I really like them. They look really nice and work well. Good price on Amazon too.

http://www.amazon.com/Shimano-153054-Pd-Mx80-Platform-Pedals/dp/B007Q4PBO8/

u/KISSOLOGY · 1 pointr/MTB

Looking at Flat pedals considering a few different models and need advice on which one is the best.

SHIMANO SAINT

CRANK BROTHERS 50/50

CHESTER PLATFORM


XPEDO SPRY

Bonmixc Mountain Bike Pedals

Origin8 Ultim8 Slimline Platform Pedals

The last two are a bit less expensive but they look decent. I am aware that typically you get what you pay for. I've seen the Shimano Saint in store and the CrankBro in store. Xpedo SPRY seems to have reviews too